British Labour Party deputy leader Harriet Harman has said she has nothing to apologise for over the involvement of a civil rights organisation she used to work for with a paedophile rights campaign.

British Labour Party deputy leader Harriet Harman has said she has nothing to apologise for over the involvement of a civil rights organisation(...)

Activists and opponents accused Britain’s prime minister David Cameron of discriminating against single parents and promoting a fantasy 1950s lifestyl(...)

Disgraced  broadcaster Stuart Hall faces the prospect of having to spend more time in prison as judges review the length of his sentence for sex offences. Photograph: PA

Disgraced veteran broadcaster Stuart Hall had his 15-month prison sentence for sex offences doubled by Court of Appeal judges today. Lord chief justic(...)

Outgoing Australian prime minister Julia Gillard speaks to journalists following her defeat in the Labor Party leadership ballot in Canberra last Wednesday. Photograph: Mark Graham/Bloomberg

‘I think what’s underlain [sic] Labor’s problems is not basically issues of personality. The issues of personality are a product of the disconnection (...)

UK court  overturns Newham council’s refusal to grant Paddy Power a licence to open a new betting shop in east London. Photo: Bloomberg

Yesterday’s decision by a court to overturn Newham council’s refusal to grant Paddy Power a licence to open a new betting shop in east London will com(...)

Prime minister David Cameron has launched a final push to find an agreement on regulation of the press. Photograph: Getty

A deal has been done to create a tough new press regulator in Britain, Harriet Harman said today. The shadow culture secretary said a (...)